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Old 03-22-2008, 09:01 AM
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Dust in Bio

I live on a little ranch in the desert and don't have an outbuilding that I can build my processer in so I was just going to use a loafing shed or shade to at least get it out of the sun and the ever so slight rain.

Due to the nature of oils and bio do you think i may end up with dust contamination problems ?

I would rather not have to build a shed for it but if I have to I guess I will, funds are just tight and just another expense when I am trying to cut costs not increase them.

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I live in the high desert of Oregon and have a dusty environment also. Won't hurt a thing. Any dust that enters the "mix" will settle out with the glycerol.
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Thank you Sir I was hoping you would chime in as from my reading you had a ranch
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